Google News is an online news aggregator that helps users find, read, and share the latest news and information.
But the news site is not limited to just that.
In addition to its news aggregators, Google News has its own news and current events section.
Google News does not embed links to external sites, but does offer links to news sites, such as Wikipedia.
To access the news section, click on the banner “About Google News.”
The “About” section provides additional information about Google News.
You can access the main news and events section by clicking on the “More” link in the upper right corner of the homepage.
To switch between the main and the news sections, click the menu button at the bottom of the page.
To view the search results, click “More.”
To view search results by category, click each of the categories.
To search for an item or category, press the search key at the top of the news page.
A list of all the search terms that you can type in a search box will appear in a separate section below the search box.
When you click on a search term, the search will return results from Google News and search engines, such to Yahoo!
News, Wikipedia, and so on.
When searching for an answer, you can also search by keyword, such Google News, for “google” or “salt.”
When you are finished with a search, click an “X” to close the search and return to the main search page.
You may also use the menu buttons at the right to change the way the news is displayed.
To stop a search or view the current news feed, click or tap on the search bar at the upper left corner of any news article.
To read the full version of an article, click its title or its “Read” link at the left of the story.
To see the news feed for a specific time period, click a date.
You will see a list of the current stories, including the day, month, and year, and a brief description.
You also can scroll down to the bottom and select a specific day or a specific month, to view a particular story.
For example, you might be interested in reading about the impact of climate change.
To change the day or month, click it and select another day or another month.
To jump to a specific news item, click that item and select “Jump to.”
If you need to see the latest story or a particular category, you may need to select it by clicking a star or the “⌘-Star” icon on the right.
If you are interested in a specific story, you should also click on “View Story.”
If a story you are looking for does not appear, you will be directed to another page.
If there is no story or category you are searching for, you are not in the wrong place.
You are only searching for a particular type of article, such a weather article or a political column.
If the news source is not available, a link to its homepage may be displayed.
The “Read More” button will also show you the latest stories from Google, as well as the top stories from other search engines.
If a search result has no result, the news aggregating site may not show it.
To make sure you are actually searching for news, you could click on an item to display the full story or “Read Now” button.
To skip to the next or previous story, click one of the dots to expand it.
For more information about how to search for news and search for articles, please visit Google News Search.